A Good Spot for TJ Brodie

The Calgary Flames prospect getting the most buzz coming out of Vancouver’s Young Stars tournament seems to be blueliner TJ Brodie.  The 2008 fourth round draft pick has shown an impressive skill set in two games so far, and has done a nice job building on the mild buzz he garnered after a nice OHL…

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Oilers and Flames Tonight…Minus 3

The Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers play tonight in Penticton as part of Vancouver’s Young Stars Tournament.  However, the Oilers will be sitting three of the highest profile players at the tournament, as Taylor Hall, Jordan Eberle and Magnus Paajarvi will not play.

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Profiling Jon Rheault

  After leading the baby Flames over the baby Ducks with 3 goals and 5 points last night, a lot of questions are being asked about Jon Rheault. The 5’11", 200 pound winger was a late find by the Heat last year and has tread an interesting path to get to the Flames prospect camp.

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Prospect Camp Game Day: Flames vs. Oilers

        SOUTH OKANAGAN EVENTS CENTER  8:30 PM MT  FLAMES.NHL.COM  FAN960.COM   Last night’s drowning of the Duck prospects served as a nice way to ease into the week for a group of players that will be the core of the 2010/11 Abbotsford Heat. Tonight, the Flame youngsters have a different challenge awaiting…

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September 12 News and Notes

Fall really is here, isn’t it? That lovely crisp feel in the air after a few warm, muggy, months can be a relief for those us that live in a jurisdiction that actually has a summer. Of course, those of you living in Calgary have no idea what I’m talking about, so feel free to…

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Optimistic Approach

As the Calgary Flames prepare for training camp, there seems to be one common theme we’re hearing from the team as they’ve all now arrived in the city.  Whether it be individuals looking to bounce back from down years or whether guys are looking at it from a team standpoint, everyone is looking at the…

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; Rob Kerr’s blogpost from earlier this evening got me thinking about the potential for an offensive bounce back from the Flames this season. He mentioned several of the usual suspects along the way, and I noticed that many of them had poor shooting percentage seasons in 09/10. I know luck doesn’t always perfectly balance,…

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On Mikael Backlund

  With the recent news that Daymond Langkow is nearing 100% and is probable to play a majority of the season (if not all 82 games), the chances that Mikael Backlund is inevtiably bound for Abbotsford are good. This will no doubt cause some consternation in a portion of the Flames fanbase. Perhaps not without…

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